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LGBT activist interrupts Gingrich speech in Minnesota

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was interrupted by LGBT activists while he was giving a campaign speech in Minnesota. “Hey Newt, why do you support discrimination against gays and lesbians all the time?” a young man yelled at Gingrich. The crowd at the event responded with loud boos and began…

Olbermann mocks GOP lawmaker for linking to satirical ‘Abortionplex’ article

On his show Monday night, Current TV host Keith Olbermann lampooned Rep. John Fleming (R-LA) for mistaking an article from the satirical news outlet The Onion for real news. Fleming or his staff posted a link to the article, titled “Planned Parenthood Opens $8 Billion Abortionplex,” on the conservative congressman’s…

Tammy Duckworth: Rep. Walsh just ‘a megaphone for the tea party’

Lieutenant Colonel Tammy Duckworth said Monday that the residents of Illinois’ 8th congressional district had “buyers remorse” because they didn’t realize Republican Rep. Joe Walsh was going to be a “cheerleader for the tea party.” “They thought they were voting for someone who would go and represent them, which is…

Scott Rasmussen: Obama very likely to be reelected if trends continue

Scott Rasmussen of Rasmussen Reports predicted on Monday that President Barack Obama would win the 2012 election if the economy continued to improve. The latest Rasmussen poll showed Obama with a 7 point lead over the Republican frontrunner, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. “The trends are moving in President Obama’s…

Gingrich calls Egyptian trial ‘the Obama hostage crisis’

At a campaign event in Golden, Colorado on Monday, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich likened the planned trial of 19 Americans in Egypt to the 1979 hostage crisis in Iran, calling it “the Obama hostage crisis.” “This reminds me exactly of Jimmy Carter and the Iranian hostages. You now have…

Atlanta police investigate hate crime caught on tape

An apparent hate crime captured on digital video and published online this week has triggered an investigation by the Atlanta police, a department spokesman told reporters. The video, published to the Worldstar Hip Hop website on Sunday, shows a group of males beating another man as he exits a grocery…

Rove: I’m ‘offended’ by Eastwood’s inspiring Super Bowl commercial

Republican strategist Karl Rove says the he was personally “offended” by an inspiring Chrysler advertisement starring Clint Eastwood that aired during halftime of Super Bowl XLVI. In the ad, Eastwood talks about how the the auto companies in Detroit — and Americans in general — are rebounding after the 2008…

Republican’s real feelings for Mitt Romney revealed in new song: ‘Phony’

Inspired by music superstar Jay-Z’s song “Glory” for his new born daughter, hip-hop radio host Jay Smooth thought it was time to dedicate a few lines to GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney. Smooth’s parody “Phony” purports to represent how dissatisfied Republican voters feel, put into a rap song about Romney’s…

Santorum: Romney and Obama both created ‘death panels’

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Monday asserted that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was “uniquely unqualified” for the GOP nomination because of the similarities between health care laws in Massachusetts and President Barack Obama’s health care reforms, including the repeatedly debunked claim that “death panels” would ration care to…

‘Fox & Friends’ invents conspiracy: Labor Dept. ‘cooking the books’

While many have been encouraged by the job figures released last Friday, the crew at Fox & Friends aren’t among them — and on Monday morning, they seemed to think the numbers were a little hard to believe. “Are they playing around with the numbers?” fill-in host Eric Bolling asked.…

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